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giving her daughter heroin faces a judge for the first time. >> the sunshine is back, but it's feeling more like fall. chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. it's not going to be toasty out there. >> reporter: yesterday it was, though, wasn't it. yesterday topped out at 80 degrees, we had humidity that crept into the area, as well. made it feel like the end of august. today the front is pulling through and winds shifting out of the north. we're down to 41 in the poconos. upper 40s north and west, mid 50s south and east. by the same time tomorrow a lot of areas up through here will be in the upper 30s, we'll she had about ten more tomorrow morning. 54 in philadelphia. 54 in millville. 59 in sea isle city. trenton 51. we have 30s you happen here across the provinces of canada.
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buffalo, high pressure builds in and that promises to bring a nice saturday to philadelphia. undefeated temple owls take on tulane. kickoff temperatures, 63. by the 4th quarter, 65 degrees. it's a nice start to the weekend. should finish the same way. lots of sunshine tomorrow, cooler temperatures. looks like a pretty quiet week ahead. i'll have the details in the seven day coming up in just a few minutes. >> we're here at the "action news" big board with incredible pictures from columbia, south carolina more rain is in the forecast today for the area already devastated by floods. weary residents keep a close eye on the dams on the brink and
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washed out bridge foundations. >> reporter: thousands in the danger zone under to evacuate. >> the sun is out, but the water is coming. we needed to get out. >> reporter: this is why, rivers swollen with storm water are cresting downstream toward south carolina coastal communities. >> we have been through the first big wave we're about to go through the second big wave. >> reporter: meanwhile, across the state the work of reinforcing the bridge canals and dams still on going. 14 dams failed, dozens more threaten to burst. this a collapse at the fragile columbia canal. a major source of water, officials have it under control calling the collapse a setback. >> there's zero plans to shut off the water system. it is running strong. >> reporter: encouraging news for residents, hundreds in shelters and many more returning home trying to recover.
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>> i'm going to fix this and get my kids to school, my cars are under water. >> i'm a dye -- diabetic. >> reporter: the threat of more flooding ends e ends up being just that, a threat they are airing on the side of caution reminding residents it's better to be safe than sorry. abc news, columbia, south carolina. a chester county mother accused of giving her daughter heroin goes before a judge. prosecutors say she injected heroin into her own daughter and 16-year-old boy. she waived her preliminary hearing she will go to court on child abuse and conspiracy. a fare and son are facing drugs and weapons charges in new castle. they got tips that that alan d.
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lister and alan l.lister were selling drugs. they got crack cocaine and handle gun. the sons posted bond the father remains behind bars. 53-year-old patrick spinosa is a father and has been married for 40 years. he is hospitalized in critical condition. his son and daughter-in-law were at the crime scene removing records and belongings. >> i've known him for nine years, he is a great guy, family man and terrible tragedy. >> detectives say patrick spinosa was stabbed 30 times to the face and upper body. police say it could have been worse, because the robber had a a gun and fired off a shot inside the store, but it only
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hit the floor. in the span of ten hours there were two more deadly shootings in american college campuses neither appears to be an attempt at a mass shooting. the first at northern arizona university flagstaff. different fraternities got into a fight. the freshman left and returned with a gun. one was killed and three others wounded. gunshots rang out in houston, texas southern university student housing complex, a freshman was killed and another in the hospital. two people were taken into custody for questioning. >> we have to come together and figure out how to stop this. i have very strong feelings about this, when you talk to these families you're reminded of your child. >> yesterday, president obama
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spoke privately with many of the families of victims of the other shooting at a college campus in roseburg, oregon. after meeting with them he feels strongly that the federal government must do more to help stop such violence. gun rights advocates in the roseburg area protested his visit saying the president should not have used the shooting to call for tougher gun laws. the gunman killed 8 students and teacher before killing himself. a chester county high school week long home coming celebration has sparked a battle between students and school administers. students plan to have an american themed day. >> reporter: home of the patriots on number of 11 they hold -- november 1 # -- 11th
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patriots day. great valley high school are they being politically correct or a failure to commune indicate. home coming is next week. students asked the theme to be america day celebration of pride encouraging kids to wear red white and blue, but the request was not allowed by the administration. student leaders were baffled. >> i heard from friends that they were not allowed to do america day and that's what they wanted to do. they were told they had to switch it to heritage day because it might offend people. >> students confirmed to us today they would told america would be offensive to people not born in america. julia's dad began an online petition to restore america day. >> something as benign as america day could be offensive to somebody else. >> there's nothing exclusive in
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celebrating a county that has helped migrants throughout history. we asked if anyone in the administration had told the kids that america day was pulled because it was offensive. >> i asked that question and told today in the room with the students and the administrators and the adviser the word offended was not used. >> this is not political correctness run amuck. >> reporter: in the wake of all this there was a special meeting of student leaders, the superintendent told if they want america day they could have it. they went into session and had a vote, parentally world heritage day is out, and so is america day, they will have the theme celebrate your country day. in malvern, channel 6 "action news." >> bill cosby has been
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interviewed under oath about allegations he sexually assaulted a woman when she was 15 years old. we won't know what he said until that case goes to trial. the deposition saturday of a lawsuit filed by judy houth who was molested at a playboy mansion in 1974. pita is offering to help pay for major repairs for lucy the elephant. in exchange pita would use the margate landmark as a spokes elephant to bring attention to real elephant who have to work in the circus. so far there's no been no response from the organization that runs and maintains the wooden elephant. >> looking to buy a new home, news you'll want to hear about mortgage rates. fire forces hundreds of
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people out of their homes on a hill top in philly. >> reporter: cooler temperatures are working their way into the delaware valley this morning, some of the areas could be in the upper 30s at the same time tomorrow. i'll have the details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast right after this.
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ran for their lives after a fire raced through a home on a hill
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top. winds rained down burning embers. a dozen houses were daniel. last year wildfires leaved 500 homes and killed 15 people. 6:13 right now, i didn't get to see you last week, we need to talk about your birthday. >> reporter: yeah, well. >> you're another year old this week. >> reporter: let's not talk about that number. i had a birthday on the 7th i feel like 25 again, i've been celebrating my 25th birthday for ten years now. there's the view as we look live on sky 6 over the ben franklin bridge. nice and quiet this morning, but it's cooler and windy. you'll need something with sleeves first first thing this morning. we're crystal clear, yesterday evening we had showers and thunderstorms all past now as it works out to sea.
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66 degrees is the forecasted high, three degrees below the seasonal avenue of 69. 40s north and west, 50s south and east, look at the poconos almost in the 30s at this hour. generally speaking five to ten degrees cooler from this time yesterday. there's a slight hint of humidity in the air, but that has work south and east, as well. satellite and radar, as as we st it in motion, it's quiet from the high plains to the heartland of the nation, west coast you're includedny, as well. that -- in this as well, that means quiet conditions throughout the country. we have this system pushing east into south carolina. i'm sure many of you know they don't need rain out through here. portions of south carolina saw
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20-inches of rain last week. there's a squall on the end of this low pressure that will pull east. it will work up the coast, we'll not see any rain out of it. these are areas that were hit harold as the hurricane worked out to sea. the big story is the cooler temperatures with the breeze developing. winds out of the of the north/northeast anywhere from 10 to 15 miles per hour. they will be decreasing throughout the day. 2:00 p.m., down to 5 to 10 miles per hour. that will be the trend throughout the weekend hours. weakening wind, but cooler temperatures. 1:00 p.m. this afternoon, 6:00 p.m. this afternoon and 8:00 a.m. tomorrow morning, 5:00, 6:00, you get the idea, no cloud cover, a beautiful weekend start to finish. today, 66. lehigh valley, 65. lancaster, 63. mostly sunny and cooler. trenton, 64.
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millville, 66. cape may, 63. sea isle city and atlantic city, 64. here we go the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, lots of sunshine this afternoon, breezy and cooler, 66 degrees. sunday is nice, sunny skies, 70. eagles taking on the saints lincoln financial field. if you're doing tailgating for the the flyers, lots of sunshine, 75. tuesday, showers in the morning, otherwise clouds give way to sunshine, 70 degrees. dispen we cool it down -- and then we cool it down again, wednesday, 67. thursday, 66. friday, 65. the early call next week high temperatures by saturday in the early to upper 50s. funk it's chilly now, that will be a shocker. >> easing us in. it still feels cool. an organization provided millions of meals to those in need celebrated a milestone,
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mana celebrated their 60th anniversary. today they prepare and delivers for those impacted by dozens of different illnesses. "many patients and their doctors unfortunately are not aware of the options available to patients with bone cancer. patients with bone cancer deserve a specialist too. "the advantages of being treated at cancer treatment centers of america is that we have
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all the specialists under one roof to take care of every aspect of that patients cancer care. we want our patients to survive their cancer but we also want them to maintain independence and quality of life is so important.
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turkey, two bombs were set off appease rally killing 20 people
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and injuring others. the rally was organized by the public sector workers trade union. it was calling to an end to the violence between kurdish and turkish soldiers. whole foods is recalling cheese after u.s. drug officials found a dangerous form of bacteria that causes listeria. it involves papillon organic cheese. mortgage rates are far below last year levels. it translates into highlightenned interest for buyers and homeowners who are
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looking to refinance. mortgage rates jumped 20.5% last week. apple pay is expanding. kfc and chili's will have it available. starbucks has apple pay at its stores with the goal to having the available in all stores next year. at&t is available to all customers with iphone vi or newer model. wi-fi calls are free swals they are between the -- calls are free as long as they are in the united states and puerto rico and the very combine islands. it allows many more phones to use it.
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>> reporter: welcome back everyone, 6:24 saturday morning, time for the travel forecast we start out with satellite and radar, there's the front right there that slams through yesterday evening that produced a bout of severe weather now it has pushed across the virginias and the carolinas. the travel trouble spot today will be down here across the southeast. as a matter of fact we'll zoom in there. we have a hefty squall line from charlotte through atlanta. you can see the oranges and the reds and the yellows. that's heavy rain, lots of cloud to ground lightening strikes and thunderstorms. if you're traveling in this part of the county expect rough weather. they don't need any rain in south carolina.
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look at the rainfall levels. 16.7. 20 inches. just a little bit over 20 inches of rain. they don't any more rain there, unfortunately they will get more today. if you're traveling across the lower 48. lots of green planes that's good news. boston on time, 50. so so is chicago and midway and o'hare. all planes on time. >> temple football team puts it's undefeated record on the line at the linc. here's ducis rogers with the rest of sports. >> reporter: good morning, we'll start you off with an injury report for the game against the saints on eagles defense, linebacker, michael kendricks and alonso out. jason peters is listed as
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questionable. many are questioning demarco murray's lack of production and how he is being used. everyone said murray is frustrated. he said he feels differently. >> i wouldn't use the word frustration, obviously you wouldn't like to be 1-3. you would like to play every game, you would like to have the ball bounce away a couple of more times. >> we're not having success running the ball at all. it's tough to say we're going to give him 22 carries. it's not the just him, it's the entire group involved in it. >> reporter: basketball now, here's something to keep an eye on, knoll -- noelle velentzas did not practice, he will not be game time against the brooklyn
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nets. rangers take a lead on toronto -- hamles takes a lead. 14th inning, rangers win 6-4 to take the 2-0 series lead. game 3 is tomorrow night in texas. >> that's a look at sports this morning, i'm ducis rogers, you have yourself a terrific weekend! >> we have much more coming up on "action news" saturday morning, stay with us, we'll be right back. is your head so congested it's ready to explode?
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>> a local man is arrested in a child porn sting in montgomery county. a big oops turns into warmth for the homeless, how a mistake on prison coats helps the less fortunate. >> thrills and chills, police and firefighters show off their skills in one of the biggest funds raising events of the year. those stories, but first, chills are in the forecast. >> reporter: we have thrills and chills in the forecast. as we look outside, we have the temperatures in the 40s, and then the thrills, wall-to-wall sunshine expected throughout the day. a nice start to the weekend. satellite and radar, here's the front that will provide us with
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the sunshine later this afternoon. it slammed through here with a bout of severe weather, you can see the squall line from new england down to the baltimore and washington, d.c. metro area. we had a tornado warning and severe thunderstorms warnings, straight lined winds anywhere from 50 to 60 miles per hour. by this point at 6:00 p.m. it was in the weakening phase. it started to pull south and east. now we're seeing the cloud deck push south and east, as well. from the pennsylvania turnpike north you're clear, south you have high, thin clouds, by afternoon everybody clears out. it's really, really nice. wind speeds anywhere from 35 to 15 miles per hour. out of the north. yesterday they were out of the south. that's why it was so warm. today this will help to cool us off. we're looking at highs topping out in the mid 60s. we're only at 48. in reading, 48 in allentown. poconos you're about nine
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degrees above the freezing mark. dover, 55 degrees. forecast for today. sunny and cooler, yesterday, # # -- 80. today with we're lucky, 66. winds out of the northwest at 5 to 15 miles per hour. this is a gorgeous saturday across the board. lunchtime, 63. 3:00 p.m., 65 and 6:00 p.m., 60 degrees a ton of sunshine. we'll keep the winning streak going tomorrow, as well. i'll have the details in the seven day coming up in just a little bit, eva? >> gusty storms whipping through the neighborhoods you can see the rain blowing almost sideways in conshohocken yesterday afternoon. "action news" reporters picked up their cell phones during yesterday's storm, this is what david henry recorded on 202 from the passenger seat of the "action news" van during the
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storm. you can see how heavy the rain was falling during the height of the storm. before you held out check out 6abc.com/weather it traction radar -- tracks radar where you can get updates in the weather. 69-year-old charles cohen tried to meet a 14-year-old boy for sex who was an undercover detective posing online as a child. he showed up at a meet and greet location in upper providence township. he faces a preliminary hearing on tuesday. >> vice president has not jumped into the race for the white house, but a decision may come in the next week because deadlines to get into the battle for key states is right around
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the corner. biden is keeping a sense of humor. >> if i don't move, i'll be demoted to secretary of state or something like that. that's a joke. that's a joke. >> a tv ad calling for biden to run has been yanked at the request of the vice president. an independent political action committee not associated with his campaign made the ad. it included sound from a recent speech the vice president gave in which he discussed the 1972 car crash that killed his wife and daughter. the vice president is spending this weekend at home in delaware. republican presidential candidate chris christie and his wife have released their tax returns. they made $1 million in 2014, 300,000 more than 2013. the wife mary pat is bread winner. the governor earned 175,000, the
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christies gave $27,000 to charity. the pressure is on congressman paul ryan to run for house speaker. a closed door republican meeting was held about a new candidate. ryan who was the 2012 vice presidential nominee has become the choice for the post. the process of finding a successor to john boehner was thrown into chaos when majority leader kevin mccarthy abruptly abandoned his campaign. fire officials are looking into what sparked an intense blaze in a new castle home. "action news" was there as the firefighters got into dousing the flames. firefighters knocked down the blaze in an hour, there were no injuries. authorities say a horder live in the home which made battling the blaze more difficult. it was a close call for a woman when her car hit a
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sinkhole on columbus boulevard. jeff chirico has that story. >> reporter: the driver was brought to jefferson university hospital to be checked out. she has mild concussion and bruises, but will be okay after a bizarre incident which she said could be worse. >> i consider myself lucky. >> reporter: brook is counting her blessings after a sinkhole swallowed her car. >> it was like hitting a brick wall. it took a while to realize witht happened. >> reporter: while driving to the store, she believed the road open under her, her drivers side front tire fell in it. >> the back of my car was up in the air. >> reporter: the hole opened up in a patch job which city workers closed up after repairing a water main break.
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her father wonderses how this this could happen. >> i don't know how they can fill a hole and leave a cavity under it. >> reporter: the water department was back blocking the road. this woman grateful. >> reporter: a spokesman said they are putting the final repairs on the area, they don't know what went wrong, but the department will look into it. jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." >> 5th street at south and lumbard remains closed. water was flowing from a manhole cover and down the streets. crews are working to make repairs to the water main break. water service has been restored to homes and businesses. happening today, the annual
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hero thrill show that begins before noon in the wells fargo parking lot. tickets are ten dollars and families get in for $25. the tickets are available at police departments and fire stations. the proceeds go to scholarships for police officers and firefighters children killed in the line of duty. a coat maker made the mistake shipping the coats to prison but they look too much like the guards, so they are going to ship the coats to the homeless. >> we'll make them available to the residents who need them. >> reporter: before they were sent to the homeless shelters, prisoners sewed flaps over them to cover the worth "inmate."
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it's homecoming at children's hospital. it's the first year of the event, but it won't be the last. >> reporter: eagles quarterback mark sanchez put down the play book for homecoming at children's hospital. he was joined by the eagles cheerleader. >> it is my dream to win one super bowl one i'll never be frustrated about it again. >> it gets your mind off football and reminds you of how blessed you are and how to impart some wisdom or encouragement. >> reporter: this is the first home coming during the spring and past they had a prom with guys in tuck -- tux and the
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girls in dresses. >> it's nice when they come out. >> coming to the events, selfishly it keeps your world in prospective. the you get caught up in working on new formations and all these things. >> it's giving them that opportunity they can forget where they are, forego they are here. >> reporter: sanchez spent time doing arts an crafts talking with each and every patient, but this is a dance. >> it's a dance. >> are you going to be the first one out there cutting it up? >> it's going to be embarrassing. >> reporter: you got moves? >> not even close, i look like bambi on ice. >> hollywood actor arrested. we'll explain why police took
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this one famous actor into custody in texas. a facelift for your fireplace before winter sets in, the do it yourself project thool thool -- that will save you a bundle. plus chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast in just a moment.
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new york city. it's a rare shot. the sky is lit up in dark purple and the lightning gives off a light pink hue. i will tell you what shocked me this morning, was the cold when i stepped outside. it was hot yesterday. >> reporter: if you're going to compare it to yesterday, it's a little chilly. give it a couple of months. this is not bad. this is the view in atlantic city as we come live on sky6 live hd. temperatures have dropped off, it's a little bit breezy. that's adding to the chill. by the same time tomorrow you'll notice the difference of some of the outlying suburbs could drop into the upper 30s, double scan live, crystal clear, no issues out there this morning, other than the breeze, especially down the shore somebody who wants to be a little fishing. it will be windy to start the day, but in the afternoon they will relax a little bit.
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4 in philadelphia. dewpoint 41. winds out of north northwest. tanersville, 41. quakertown, 46. coatsville, 46. pottstown, 49. and saint davids 47 degrees. across south jersey and delaware, it's milder, the front has pulled through, but the cool stuff has not worked into south jersey as of yet. gandys beach, 54. buena, 54. glassboro, 53 and smyrna, 54 degrees, satellite and radar, two things will happen, one, the winds will die down during the course of the day and we'll see clearing is this pushes the front to the south. this is the area of high pressure, i know you can't see it, but this is the satellite issue, like a game of billiards it will push the front to the south. that means the skies will open up nicely by afternoon, we'll see a ton of sunshine,
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wall-to-wall blue skies. that low instead of it coming up the coast and messing up the weekend that will make a beeline toward the carolinas and work out to sea. unfortunately more rain for the carolinas, but lots of sunshine for us and cooler temperatures. you can see the slice of cold air wedging itself into the heartland of the nation. 39 in sault st. marie, the up p of michigan. there's chilly stuff out there. it's pushing to the south and east. and yesterday's summer-like weather will be replaced with seasonable temperatures today. the high is pumping up from the south. that means clear conditions today and tomorrow. 65 degrees is the forecasted high for allentown and bethlehem. with the breeze it may feel cooler. jersey shore, the breezes
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slacken by afternoon. sun and clouds pleasant, 64 degrees for atlantic city, sea isle and avalon. 66 in philadelphia. breezy, winds out of the north at 5 to 15 miles per hour. overnight tonight, 40 degrees outlying suburbs, i could see how someplaces drop into the upper 30s, suburbs, 48 degrees. the only shot of measurable precipitation over the next day few days is tuesday morning. other than that it's dry. 66 degrees today, temple at the linc taking on tulane, the green lane of tulane, the undefeated temple owls. tomorrow for the eagles game, no complaints there. 70 degrees, 75 monday, tuesday, 70. wednesday, thursday, friday all look fantastic, lots of sunshine and highs in the 60s. that's not my favorite forecast you've ever given.
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what do you want? what are you looking for 80s once again. >> reporter: you're such a southern girl. >> i can't deal with the cold it's coming too fast. cape may's historic homes are decked out for halloween. the cherry house is giving tours of the private home. ten people at a time can see the decorations and learn about the house's rich history. the mid atlantic center for the arts an humanities is sponsoring the event.
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you, sky6 live hd taking a live look for us now at the sunrise over the platt bridge. let me warn you i wore short sleeves this morning i should not have done that issued have worn pants and a coat, don't make the same mistake i did put mr. sleeves on before you head out the door. more legal problems for
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actor shia will a -- labeouf. he was arrested for intoxication. he was out of control and disobedient with police. the telling of the mastermind behind apple and the daring story of a high wire artest in the 70s. first up, one for the kids, pan a retelling of an old classic, peter pan. >> the little one he wears the pan. >> pan is based on the classic and tells the story of an orphan who is spirited away to the
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magical neverland and finds the fun and dangers and becomes the hero whole forever be known as peter pan. >> steve jobs a lot of people looking for this one highly anticipated film directed by oscar winner danny boil. >> this can't be fixed in seconds. you don't have seconds, you have three weeks. >> reporter: it begins in 1984 with the launch of the first macken to be by jobs and steve ten years later, he and waz revolutionize the computer world with the imack. and finally, the walk depicts the story of high wire artist
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philip petite. joseph gordon levitt is petite. in 1974 he puts together a team of people to help him realizes dream of walking between the world trade center towers. and you can find out where any of these films are playing by using the internet ready app for your cell phone or tablet go to 6abc.com, for channel 6 "action news" i'm tamala edwards. >> reporter: welcome back,
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everyone, 6:54 saturday morning, time for the tropical outlook, everything looks quiet. i'm sure many of you don't know, but tropical season extends through december 30th. the trop is out here eastern bermuda that poses no threat for the u.s. mainly. across the carribean were clear as a whistle. we have something pushing into the gulf of mexico. winds sheer this has been the saving grace this hurricane season. these winds, sheering is taking a storm and ripping it apart winds that blow in the opposite direction that the storm is moving and it blows the storm apart. we continue to see the sheer
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across the carribean and the gulf. monday evening the sheering begins to weaken, maybe that opens the door to the gulf of mexico. maybe we'll see something develop over there the next three or four days, right now there's no signs of that happening. if you're visiting florida it's dry, maybe tropical downpours across miami, but that's about it. >> if you want the high end design, but not the cost, the disierns -- designers at knock it off show you how to give your fireplace a facelift without the cost. >> reporter: stucco fireplaces look great. we have a way to get that look using textured paint. >> this is typical stucco color
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and consistency. >> reporter: we're thinning it out to roll it on with paint rollers. now it's time to bring in the texture. >> what we have is a stiffistl. we put it on with this. >> it added a depth that a brush stroke cannot add. >> it's thick we'll let it dry and come back and paint. >> reporter: a charcoal gray paint color finished it off perfectly. the total cost 75 authorities. no says dyi is not an art. for more budget friendly project ideas go to live well
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network/knock it off. >> we have another hour of "action news" coming up. here's some of the stories we're working on for you, using social media to find chris. how a south jersey police chief cracks down on brazen dirt bike riders. those stories and more on "action news" in just a moment. vince mazzeo- fighting to save atlantic county. chris brown's attacks? the press calls them "embarrassing" political "posturing." the truth? chris brown and will pauls opposed the atlantic city rescue plan, even though it would save thousands of our jobs. we already know they're propped up by north jersey casino interests. and pauls even wanted the vote to allow
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north jersey casinos "this year." now they brag about helping atlantic county. but there's a word for politicians like that. hypocrite.
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7:00 a.m. saturday october 10. here's some of the stories we're following on "action news." more rain today for flood-ravaged south carolina as the area reels from high water. a chester county mom excused -- accused of give her daughter heroin faces a judge for the first time. >> meteorologist chris sowers is outside he can tell us how chilly it feels. >> reporter: it's chilly this morning, you have a nice breeze, it's adding to the chill. you'll need something with sleeves early on and later this afternoon, as well. temperature-wise when you look at the numbers, they are seasonable. it's where they should be for this time of the year. let's go back to yesterday evening. this is the cold front as the slammed through portions of the delaware valley. we'll set it in motion for you, once the front

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